Suns out, grills out! The summer is time for backyard cookouts and barbeque goodness. It’s a time for fun with friends and deliciously smoky, sweet, and spicy food. Combine the food with a few vivacious libations and it’s almost impossible not to have a good time. But a good BBQ party can also be a […]
WOW! Peaches are only 19¢/lb, Lucerne yogurt 33¢, Signature Select cereal or half gallon milk 98¢, chicken breasts $1.47/lb and Dreyer’s ice cream or Nestle novelties $1.49. [accessally_missing_any_tag tag_id=’135′ comment=’Beyond_Membership_Has_Access’]The coupon match ups are now available for Beyond! members only. The full lists for grocery stores will be available to everyone else next Monday morning. […]
Sunday afternoon in the kitchen just might be my favourite time of the week. A time when I can completely immerse myself in baking. That’s not to say that I don’t bake at other times of the week, just that Sunday is the time when I really indulge. I’m in my own little world and […]
Day 1 We arrived at the Belfast City airport to grab our 9:55 am flight to Glasgow on an airline called Flybe. The tickets were 60 pounds each and the flight took roughly 30 minutes. We boarded the propjet plane and were over the Inner Sea within 10 minutes. Collecting our bags was a breeze […]
Hello again! Things to use up this week: -1/2 bunch green onions -1/2 loaf No-Knead bread -Like 2 servings Blackberry Oat Crisp -1 brick cream cheese -1/2 cucumber -Onion odds and ends -Most of a carton of heavy cream -Most of a jar of sweet hot honey mustard Pre-grocery list plans to use those things […]
Tucked inside a Parmesan pastry case, this lovely little tart has a lot going for it: the flavors are fresh and vibrant, and the colors are so eye-appealing. GoodFood suggests serving the tart warm, but we think it just delicious at room temperature as well, making it a good candidate for transporting to a picnic […]
Frontier Fare to the Tombstone Epitaph by Barbara Blackburn for May 2000 Even in the middle of the 19th Century there were convenience foods. For many middle-class homemakers, many of these canned goods were new and exotic. Canned pineapple and deviled crab were not available to ordinary families who lived beyond the coast, but canned […]
These Cheddar Pretzel Hot Dogs are wrapped in soft pretzel dough and covered with shredded cheese. Talk about a tasty way to bake up a hot dog! I have a confession to make. I put cheese on my hot dogs. I know that’s not very common at all, but I just love cheese. I also […]
This is your official invitation to the pity-party I’m having, right here and right now! I’m home again after another sixteen day stay in hospital. That makes four long stays in Hospital this year. I’m pleased to be home again. I’ve been scrambling around my head trying to find a way to ease myself […]
The Tin Man Explains Anyone would wonder how I got this way, hungry as all get out, my belly banged up, rust dribbling like drool from my dislocated jaw, my fingers creaking with every wave, barely able to squeeze a straw. But I say never doubt the determination of a good girl to miscomprehend a […]
This vegan beef stroganoff is a bit of a different recipe for me. I don’t cook with faux-meat products often, but felt like a hearty, winter warming dinner option and this was a real winner. Simple to whip up, reheats well and perfect for vegans and carnivores alike!
welcome. today i came across the work of Dinah Fried. the book is called fictitious dishes: an album of literature’s most memorable meals. Fictitious Dishes: An Album of Literature’s Most Memorable Meals i hope you enjoy it as much as i do. you can purchase a copy from here: enjoy
Fair Foods – State and county fair season has arrived, and that means there will be rides and games galore. While many people are drawn to fairs by the entertainment, just as many are willing to stand in line for the unique and tasty foods that seem to embody fair and carnival fun.